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Crimson Dragon
5.4 out of 10

Crimson Dragon

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nonchalantgamer, Metacritic
15 August 2014
  • Summary: I picked this up on marketplace for free with the games with gold and its a decent game. First off the visuals aren't going to blow you away but they aren't bad but being on a next gen console they should have been a bit better. The game-play is pretty fun overall and very fast paced which i enjoy but what annoys me and takes away alot of the immersion is the bad camera angles that I picked this up on marketplace for free with the games with gold and its a decent game.
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heegs, Metacritic
1 August 2014
  • Summary: Check this game out while it's free... otherwise give it a WIDE berth. The controls are awful and there's no real motivating reason to press through the campaign.
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Taka33, Metacritic
9 April 2014
  • Summary: Crimson Dragon is a brilliant and underrated game with gorgeous visuals and a very good story. Playing CD is like taking a trip through a modern art museum, except all of the paintings are moving, and all the sculptures are breathing, and every display is shooting swarms of genetically enhanced laser missiles at the thoughts inside your head. Honestly, I can't recommend Crimson Dragon enough.
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Friendzie, Metacritic
27 December 2013
  • Summary: For a $20 download game, this is a steal. It honestly feels like it could have been a full release. While it's not exactly that next-gen in any way, I didn't want a Xbox One so that every game I played would be somehow objectively better than past games, and I certainly didn't expect LAUNCH titles to be able to make the most of the hardware. What launch titles can? Looking at it as a game, For a $20 download game, this is a steal.
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masterx1059, Metacritic
26 December 2013
  • Summary: I really wanted to like Crimson Dragon. It was a game that intrigued me ever since it was previewed in the game magazines. And at first, I did like it. But it became obvious that there were a couple of deal breaking flaws that keep it from being really good. GRAPHICS(7): Plenty of colorful levels to play through, but not much detail. You also play through the same areas several times. In I really wanted to like Crimson Dragon.
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Zikkyn, Metacritic
25 November 2013
  • Summary: I don't know what's up with the "official" reviews, but those guys must not be playing the same game I'm playing. Haven't been able to put it down!!!!
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partyintheback, Metacritic
24 November 2013
  • Summary: Superb game! If you're a fan of Sega, then you'll be happy to know that the diving force behind the Panzer Dragoon titles worked on this. Crimson Dragon is a Panzer Dragoon title in everything but name. The graphics are beautiful considering it's an inexpensive downloadable game, the gameplay will feel familiar to Panzer Dragoon vets while doing some things differently, the RPG progression Superb game!
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Smoogster, Metacritic
24 November 2013
  • Summary: I have to start by saying I figured by all the negative reviews this game would be an utter disaster, I am so glad I always bite my lip and go in and try these games myself, just like Knack this game was fantastically addicting. It brings me back to the days of the old school arcade, walking in and dumping a bunch of quarters and not wanting it to end, I barely even noticed I have to start by saying I figured by all the negative reviews this game would be an utter...
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yaketyYak, Metacritic
23 November 2013
  • Summary: I believe Crimson Dragon is a prequel to Panzer Dragoon. Did you love Panzer Dragoon? Then you will love this too. It feels like a classic Sega arcade game with some modern sensibilites. You control the dragon flight with one analogue, the shooting reticle with the other. It takes a certain time, but you finally achieve a "flow" created by the gameplay, outstanding visuals (some I believe Crimson Dragon is a prequel to Panzer Dragoon. Did you love Panzer Dragoon?
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shimmera4, Metacritic
22 November 2013
  • Summary: I’ve been playing Crimson non-stop (tired). First, I’m a huge Panzer/shooter fan so I must thank the team for actually bringing this game to the XBOX. I have to say the gameplay is nothing like the reviews describe. There is a ton of replayability, Ive evolved/unlocked multiple dragons, collected a variety of different skills (lasers of death) and have a ton of cash for more stuff. The I’ve been playing Crimson non-stop (tired).
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